First-of-its-kind partnership with Wolves Women FC announced by Trade Nation
Trade Nation, international trading platform, is excited to announce its new partnership in the women’s National League, with Wolves Women for the remainder of the season.
This partnership comes at the launch of Trade Nation’s brand and website refresh, which has seen the trading platform develop its offerings for their clients who have a thorough knowledge of the markets and appreciate Trade Nation’s competitive spreads.
Alongside a shift in their client focus, the brand refresh involves a new logo for the company which will be featured on the Wolves Women’s first-team sleeve, and in-stadium branding at Molineux stadium.
Trade Nation is partnering with the team at an influential time in the team’s history.
Women’s football has seen an influx of support in recent years, demonstrated during the Women’s Euros at Wembley last year which saw 81.5 million people tune in to watch. According to the FA, football is now the top participation sport for women and girls in England, and the support shown to women’s teams in recent years reflects this uptake.
As the first FX trading partner of Wolves Women, Trade Nation are proud to be supporting the elevation of women’s football. The partnership with Wolves Women’s team compliments Trade Nation’s championing of women’s sports.
“We are excited to witness the impressive growth of Wolves Women in recent years. Their hunger for success closely mirrors our own, and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with this inspiring team for the remainder of the year” said Trade Nation CEO Stuart Lane. “We couldn’t be prouder to display our new logo for the first time on the women’s shirts this season, and to bolster our brand recognition amongst a fantastic crowd.”
Daniel McNamara, Wolves Women’s manager, said: “It’s fantastic to have Trade Nation on the journey with us. Their investment will go a long way in allowing us to continue to provide the best support for our women’s players to succeed.”
“We are currently in a golden era for women’s football, and we have an ambition to make Wolves one of the most desirable clubs in the region for female footballers, so we hope this will be a long and successful relationship between our women’s first-team and Trade Nation going forward.”